St. Mary’s School, Ticonderoga, first grade students have constructed models of important places in the community. The models are on display at the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce office on Montcalm Street.
continued “My mom works there,” he said. “I always go there.”
Kaelyn Hurlburt decided to make St. Mary’s Church in Ti.
“It’s holy,” he said. “It’s God’s house.”
Aidan Ross made Tony’s Ti Sports.
“My dad works there,” he said. “I’ve been there a lot of times.”
Hannah McGrath constructed a model of the Sugar & Spice Shop in Ticonderoga.
“I love the kids’ section there,” she said.
Madeline Lender made St. Mary’s School.
“This is where I learn,” she explained.
Brooklyn Huestis created Crown Point Central School.
“I like it there,” he said. “You can learn there.”
Madelyn Holman made a replica of the Silver Saw Logging Co. in Dresden.
“My dad works there,” she said. “He has lots of big equipment.”
Nathan Myers made Mt. Defiance.
“I like the cannons there,” he said. “I like to see the water and climb there. It’s really fun.”
Carter Thatcher constructed the Wagon Wheel Restaurant in Ti.
“My dad works there,” he said. “The food’s good.”
Letters have been sent to each of the businesses represented and others telling them about the display at the chamber office.
“I’m very proud of my students,” Zauner said. “I think they had fun, they learned and they had an opportunity to work closely with their families. It’s been a great project.”